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Polynomial Division and Rational Expressions
Polynomial Division and Rational Expressions

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Q. What is the greatest common factor that can be canceled in the rational expression



6x
2x
x
6x3
4x2
Q. Which expression cannot be simplified by canceling a common factor from the numerator and denominator?


Q. Which of the following is not a rational expression?


4x2 + 3x + 2

3

Q. Which one of the following statements is true?


Some polynomials are rational expressions, but not all of them.
No polynomials are rational expressions.
All polynomials are rational expressions.
All non-zero polynomials are rational expressions.
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Q. Find the quotient 



Q. Which expression cannot be obtained from

 

by a combination of factoring and canceling common factors?



Q. The quotient of two polynomials is


always a polynomial.
a polynomial so long as the divisor isn't zero.
sometimes a polynomial.
never a polynomial.
never a rational function.
Q.



1 + 2x
1 – 2x

Q. When performing polynomial long division, we always stop when the remainder is


zero.
less than or equal to the degree of the divisor.
less than the degree of the divisor.
equal to the degree of the divisor.
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Q.



x2-3x-7

x2 + 3x + 7

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